Judge Emily Miskel has served as judge of the 470th district court of Collin County, Texas, since the court was created in 2015. In her time on the bench, she has presided over more than 9,000 cases. She has a record of integrity, experience, and commitment to the rule of law. She was awarded the highest overall ranking in the Collin County Bar Association 2017 Judicial Poll.
Judge Miskel received her law degree from Harvard Law School and is board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She graduated from Stanford University in the top 15% of her class with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
She frequently speaks across the state of Texas on legal technology topics such as electronic evidence, e-discovery, data theft, interception of communications, and online impersonation. Her recent article on social media evidence was published nationwide in an American Bar Association magazine.
Judge Miskel is a staunch defender of the liberties protected by our Constitution. As a judge, she acts with fairness, impartiality, and respect for the lawyers and litigants who appear before her. She works to put the people of Collin County and our Constitution first.
Judge Miskel serves on the Texas Judicial Council, the policy-making body for the state judiciary. She also serves on the Pattern Jury Charge Oversight Committee and the Computer & Technology Law Council for the State Bar of Texas. She is a Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, an honor reserved for the top ⅓ of 1% of Texas attorneys. She is a member of many legal organizations, including the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists, the Henderson Inn of Court, and the Collin County Bar Association. In 2016, she was awarded the Exemplary Article Award by the Texas Center for the Judiciary and the McKnight award for best article by the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section.
Mailing address: P.O. Box 2800, McKinney, TX 75070
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